We built this turnkey project entirely in-house, allowing us to move from design to installation in just five weeks.
A company that carries out material consolidation contacted Lyndhurst as it required an extra material consolidation machine to support its expanding operations. As the machine that they used was no longer available on the market, they asked us to reverse engineer their current model and build a new one.
When our R&D team inspected the machine, we identified some inefficiencies along with opportunities to build something better. After running tests and simulations, we developed a set of drawings for an improved and easily adaptable machine with the ability to facilitate the company's future growth.
Our manufacturing team then built the machine entirely in-house to the drawings supplied by our design team. The project utilised our CNC machining, electrical engineering and fabrication expertise. We extensively tested the device with the customer's materials, as would be used on their shop floor. After approval from the customer, we installed the machine at their facility.
We provided a complete package of full training and support, along with a comprehensive servicing and maintenance schedule. This package ensures that the machine consistently runs to its maximum capacity and minimises any outages.
This was our first major dealing with Lyndhurst Precision Engineering as a supplier of bespoke machinery. I must say that from start to finish, the process was easy and the knowledge put across was exceptional. No matter how many changes we asked for or special requests, they were dealt with promptly with no complaints, and when the pressure was on to deliver in a timeframe, they delivered. Andy Wilding and the team there have done a fantastic job and the work done by Sam Marriner on this machine was second to none. I am very impressed with the machinery that was supplied, on time and great value for money. I would have no hesitation to use Lyndhurst again